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Take a Breck

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After working on a large knitting project for a while I feel like I’ve earned an break for a quick break to work on something that feels like there is an end in sight. Inspired by a recent work trip to Breckenridge this easy chunky infinity scarf is a great gift giving crochet project.


Crochet Hook – k
200 yards super bulky yarn – I used Plymouth Baby Alpaca Grande
Tapestry Needle

Base Chain: 122 stitches

Note: This pattern is crochet flat. If you wish, you can crochet in the round to eliminate seaming together. With bulky yarn I felt this was not necessary .

Row 1: Single Crochet to the end.
Row 2: ch2, Double Crochet to the end.
Row 3-12: Repeat rows 1 and 2.
Row 13: Single Crochet to the end

Finishing: Lay flat so that there are no twists in the fabric. Fold the ends together and seam up the side.

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    November 20, 2012 at 1:47 pm

    hi, i like simple things ‘ very nice is this scarf’ thanks

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